AN EXHIBITION showcasing the soon-to-be-famous bands that played at Narberth's Queens Hall in the 60s and 70s can currently be seen at Narberth Museum.

Entitled Were You There?, the display features documents donated by Yve Armstrong in memory of a great Narberth personality and supporter of the hall, Henry Langen, who sadly died two years ago.

They include the original contracts the bands signed, along with press cuttings and a montage of iconic images of the time.

The exhibition - devised and created by Sandra Benham - runs until the end of July, and normal museum admission charges apply.

A range of exciting events are coming up at the museum, which marks its 30th anniversary this year. It will be celebrating in style on July 23 with a 80s-themed afternoon tea-party.

This forms part of Narberth Civic Week celebrations, and is a fundraiser. Tickets are £7.50 to include a glass of Pimms.

On July 25, Terry John’s talk, Warriors and Doctors, looks at the origins of the Knights Hospitallers and their time at Slebech. The talk starts at 7.30pm and tickets cost £5.00.

As part of the museum's #WOWW project, to record and celebrate the women of West Wales, there will be a talk by Joe Reilly on Women in Architecture on July 11.

On Saturday August 10, the #WOWW project - funded by Arwain Sir Benfro, the Heritage Lottery Fund and with help from Llangwm History Society - will be showcasing innovative poetry films inspired by the women of West Wales.

The event forms part of Llangwm Literary Festival and will take place at 10am at Llangwm Village Hall.